Clarence Stone Scholar Award

Section president Laura Reese presents the Clarence Stone Scholar Award to Sally Nuamah at the 2019 APSA annual conference.
Section president Laura Reese presents the Clarence Stone Scholar Award to Sally Nuamah at the 2019 APSA annual conference.

The Clarence Stone Scholar Award recognizes up to two young scholars who are making a significant contribution to the study of urban politics. The award is to be given to up to two post-PhD scholars who are in their career (pre-tenure, or recently advanced within the last 3 years).

Deadline for 2020 Nominations: March 15, 2020

The following should be submitted to the award committee: Please include a nomination letter and a CV in the application. Applicants may self-nominate.

Award Committee (2020): 

Jill Simone Gross, Hunter College, CUNY
Jill.s.gross@hunter.cuny.edu

Thomas Ogorzalek, Northwestern
tko@northwestern.edu


Recipients:

2019 Adam Michael Auerbach, American University
Sally A. Nuamah, Northwestern University
2018 Mirya Holman, Tulane University
Aaron Deslatte, Northern Illinois University
2017 Jack Lucas, University of Calgary
Domingo Morel, Rutgers University – Newark
2016 Danielle Resnick, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC
Amy Widestrom, Arcadia University
2015 Daniel Hopkins, Georgetown University
Paru Shah, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
2014 Benedict Jimenez
Ravi Perry
2013 Veronica Herrera
Sara Hughes
2012 Rachel L. Moskowitz
Jungah Bae
Thomas K. Ogorzalek
Shanthi Karuppusamy
Christopher Hawkins
Eric Zeemering
Alison Post
Els de Graauw
2011 Francis Shen
Emily Farris
Gabriel Eidelman
Quinton Mayne
Megan Mullin
Lorrie Frasure Yokley
Rachel Krause
2010 Scott MacKenzie
Jamila Celestine-Michener
Manny Teodoro
Josh Sapotichne
Jen Nelles
Sarah Reckhow
Benoy Jacob
Zack Taylor
Justin Gest
Yue Zhang
Vlad Kogan
Paolo Spada
Jessica Trounstine
Meg Elizabeth Rithmire
Chris Berry
Scott Minkoff